Best Practices for Security

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Privacy and security are top priorities at Passle. We collect various types of information about our website visitors in order to deliver our services. We do not sell that information, and we store this information securely, but end users should also take steps to keep their data safe. This article will provide some tips on what you can do to keep your account secure. It will also provide insight to how we manage things like cookies and privacy.

Regarding cookies, we use 2 types in particular: essential, and non essential. Web users have the option to customize what cookies they want tracking. For more information, please see the following article in our knowledge base regarding cookie management.

For additional information regarding our privacy and cookie policy, please refer to the footer of our home page, which will take you here for more in depth information on Privacy and Cookies.

Best Practices

For additional information on what you can do to keep your Passle account safe, we recommend the following:

  1. Create a strong password. By combining uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters, and not using real words, you increase the complexity of your password and decrease the chances of someone hacking your account.
    – It should be at least 8 characters long.
    – Use a mix of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols.
    – Don’t use a word in the dictionary, a name, or other personal information (such as birthday, address, or anniversary).
  2. Keep your password safe. Don’t write it down, and consider using a password management tool.
  3. Change your password on a regular basis.
  4. Use different passwords for different accounts.
  5. Enable two-factor authentication (2FA). Two-factor authentication makes an account considerably more secure and is strongly recommended if you wish to add additional security to any account login process.

For more information about 2FA, please see the following article What is Two-Factor Authentification and how to get it set up and for more information about SSO, please see Using Single Sign On (SSO).

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